Knitting Increases and Decreases: How to Increase and Decrease Stitches in Knitting

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In our new free eBook, we explore how to increase in knitting and how to decrease in knitting, too. There are many types of increases and decreases, and they all look different and serve a slightly different purpose.

You'll learn the simple yarn over increase and a few invisible increases, plus slip slip knit and purl 2 together (p2tog) decreases, and so much more. If you want to do just about any decrease or increase stitch in knitting, we'll show you how. You'll also get information about when to use certain increases or decreases, and tips for making your shaping more successful. Download your free eBook to get started today.

Learn how to increase and decrease in knitting with this free eBook!

From picking up stitches to knitting ssk decreases, this eBook has you covered.

Learn about knitting increases and decreases with the help of this free technique eBook!

This free eBook is all about the increase and decrease. With knitting increases, you'll be adding stitches at some point in the pattern to add width to the piece and/or give an angled shape to an edge. The fun continues as we venture into the world of knitting decreases which by subtracting stitches, usually one or two at a time, allows the knitted piece becomes narrower. Download your copy to discover all sorts of techniques and explore new ways to increase and decrease knitting.

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Knitting Increases and Decreases: How to Increase and Decrease Stitches in Knitting

Whether you are looking to increase knit stitch patterns of your own design, or create the perfect edge on a knitted piece, this eBook has a technique for you. Get them all for free when you download today!

  Yes I want my free guide to knitting increases and how to decrease in knitting.
Learn how to increase knit stitch patterns like a pro with the knitting increases section of this free eBook.

Learn how to increase in knitting including the knitting yarn over increase.

How To Increase in Knitting: Section #1

In this section we've got some of our most utilized increasing techniques for you to explore, with several variations so you can make them all work for you. Download this free eBook to get all of these methods for increasing knitting:

  • Yarn Over Knitting Increase
  • Bar Increase (also known as the make one increase)
  • Raised Increase
  • Right Lifted Increase
  • Left Lifted Increase

Next, learn how to decrease in knitting, including slip slip knit and knit 2 together decreases.

How To Decrease in Knitting: Section #2

With six different decreases explained, you'll be armed for anything you want to knit. Knit 2 together? Check! P2tog? SSP knitting? Check and double check! If you're wondering how to decrease in knitting, we've got you covered. Grab your copy of this guide to get them all:

  • Knit Two Together (k2tog)
  • Slip Slip Knit (ssk)
  • Slip Knit Pass (skp)
  • Purl Two Together (p2tog)
  • Slip Slip Purl (ssp)
  • Slip Purl Pass (spp)

 


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Start with a look at the yarn over knitting increase, the simplest increase method which is often reserved for openwork patterns. Next, we'll check out the bar increase, which unlike the knitting yarn over method, does not produce a hole. Move on to the raised increase, also known as make one increase, which creates an invisible increase because it's worked in to the horizontal strand between stitches. Finally, we'll check out the lifted increase, which is yet another handy invisible increase technique.

For decreases we begin with the k2tog and ssk knitting decreases which are mirror images of each other (which is why they are commonly used in tandem). P2tog and ssp knitting decreases and essentially the same as the first two, just done the purl side instead of the knit side. Next, see how knitting skp decreases will create a fairly pronounced left-slanting decrease, great for using in lace patterns, before finishing it all up with the spp decrease (slip purl pass). With so many options to choose from, you are sure to find the right increase or decrease to fit your needs. Get them all today with this free eBook download.


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From techniques such as skp knitting, ssk decrease, and yarn over knitting increases, this guide to increasing and decreasing knitting is one you're sure to use. The best part is we've put all these techniques in one eBook and are giving it to you for free, just enter your email and download the guide to be on your way!

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